GP Global announced the launch of its first Sustainability Report, demonstrating its commitment to delivering sustainable outcomes across its entire portfolio for the preservation of the planet and its inhabitants.
In support of the United Nations Global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the UAE 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, GP Global‘s Sustainability Report showcases an enterprise-wide review of the group’s sustainability capabilities and objectives, which includes investing in nonconventional energy resources and expanding into Agri Trading markets, among others. With the mission to develop a sustainable product portfolio, GP Global will invest in non-conventional energy business markets including Biomass projects such as Briquetting Plants, Captive Power Plants and Steam Generation Plants.
Prerit Goel, Joint Managing Director at GP Global, said: “At GP Global, we believe that sustainable commodity solutions have the potential to deliver real progress and development when it comes to the health of our environment. Spearheading an important mission of developing an entirely sustainable product portfolio while contributing to providing solutions for global energy gaps, we at GP Global are actively exploring the Non-Conventional Energy space. “As a responsible organization, we have to think outside the box and ask ourselves how to achieve these sustainable fuel alternatives. While doing so, we aspire to create growth opportunities that benefit not only our business partners, clients and economies, but also our environment and society at large.” Prerit continued.
CSR initiatives are also a key element of GP Global’s Sustainability Report. Among several projects in the pipeline, GP Global have spent approximately USD 219,241 in creating indirect impact within society, with 65 percent of the value spent with the ASPAM Indian International School followed by JK Mangaliwala Charitable Trust. Other projects of note include construction of retirement homes, supply of equipment to these homes as well as orphanages, sports promotions and financial aid to poor students.